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Bishnupriya Manipuri Nagarik Samity meeting fixes Rs 75 per month per family as subscription fee

Bishnupriya Manipuri Nagarik Samity, Delhi and NCR, in a meeting held on March 8, at Manglapuri, New Delhi, has taken an unanimous decision to fix the subscription fee for its members at Rs 225 per quarter per family. 

Members of the Samity also have the options to pay the fee at monthly (Rs 75), quarterly or half-yearly pattern, absolutely to their ease and comfort. 

It is to be noted that the subscription fee that a member has to pay is different from the membership fee. Membership fee is one-time payment of Rs 100, whereas subscription fee is a monthly contribution of Rs 75 per month per family to the society. 

Intense debate took place on the fixing up of the subscription fee among the participants. Many attendees were of the opinion to fix it at Rs 100 per month, per family, however with disparity in the income source among the people it was at last decided fixing the amount at Rs 75 per month per family. 

The issue of purchase of land for the mandir also came up in the meeting. In this regard, Samity has decided to form a committee. The committee will prepare a blueprint encapsulating the steps required for the fruition of the demand. The names Shashikant Sinha, Henrry Sinha, Jishnu Sinha will be in the committee. 

The Samity has also formed a committee to carry out donation drive for the purchase of land. Shashikant Sinha will be heading the team. 

The opening of bank account in the names of President, General Secretary and Secretary was also accepted in the meeting. 

Haridas Sinha, Kajal Sinha, Benu Sinha, Dr. Nirmalya Sinha, Prabin Sinha, Chandra Mohan Sinha, Jishnu Sinha, Janmajay Sinha, Shashikant Sinha and RK HL Sinha were present in the meeting. 

Others who attended the meeting were: Nirmalendu Mukherjee, Mrs Nandita Mukherjee, Surajit Sinha, Brahamananda Sinha, Jyotirmoy Sinha, Henryy Sinha. 

Note: the names are not up-to-date. 

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